Take a balloon filled with tepid water, heat up your wax, dip the balloon into the warmed wax, without touching the pan that it's melted in, repeat until the desired thickness. Cool. Stick it in the fridge to make sure the wax is set, then drain the waterballoon over a sink, remove the bits of latex, add a tealight candle. Put on warm cookie sheet to flatten bottom. this is really cool
beeswax walnut shell candles her special tip: "This go round I had a stroke of genius. Playdough! I rolled out a sheet of playdough and then pushed the halves into the dough to hold them level and steady."
DIY Seashell Beeswax Tealights Wow, this one is quite distinguished from rest of the ideas. Precious seashells are filled with beeswax, and they are turned into gorgeous candles. They are just going to add a lot of charm to your place.
“Honey Crafting” is a guide to the many uses of honey and beeswax and feature more than 30 recipes, including instructions for DIY beauty products. Read an excerpt from this book to learn how to make rolled beeswax candles, a beeswax lantern, lavender-beeswax hand cream and a homemade beeswax vapor rub.